Yes, its solved. Thanks
It worked great. I looked for "icon_map" but it has only 2 states (on/off). Isn't there should be other states ?
Thats was the problem. I tried iphone version and it worked pretty well. By the time this is what I need.
I also tried to create multiple states for "icon_map" and change it to multistate button but still not connects.. Do I need to make same procedure for other popus ?
Here it is the complete file. I captured using wireshark directly.
192.168.0.19 is IP of PC running Emulator instance
192.168.0.15 is IP of tablet running Kodi instance.
Configuration of Kodi was like picture you sent before.
This is what I could found about packets between Iridium and Kodi. I dont know how to "read" it:
Iridium --> Kodi 0m 0m D\HE4Ev@#tm? ? ?
Is this information we are looking for ?
I tried localhost:9090, but same result. Now I'm running I3 client from windows PC and tablet... also I'm running Kodi at both devices to try connecting between both.
At pc machine, firewall was completelly disabled. and result from tcpview was:
Kodi.exe 4112 TCP AutomantionNote 9090 AutomantionNote 0 LISTENING
Great software by the way...
About rawcap, I started recording some packets but I didn't understand how to read the file generated. I tried to open it with notepad.
I checked option "Allow remote control from applications on other systems" and it was already ON.
When I input the correct ip address like this (192.168.0.15:9090) next time I click Edit, it change ip to 192.168.0.15 and below Port appears 9090. keep not connecting.
Now sometimes log shows the message:
[20-04-2017 08:56:06.426] INFO SCRIPT === TestConnect 192.168.0.15 9090
[20-04-2017 08:56:09.515] ERROR CUSTOM DeviceXBMC(1): Time of waiting for connection is over!
Hi Andrey, thanks for your reply!
I downloaded the xbmc.zip you told but it still not works. Did you make any changes at script ?
I used following data to connect:
host:192.168.0.15 (my kodi 17 at galaxy note 10.1)
port:9090 (as you told) & ____
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